Hello everyone. I managed to snag a great deal on a 2851 a few months back. Now I'm getting ready to setup my lab, and (thanks to Bryant and a couple of other sources) I've learned about terminal access servers. Since I am using the 2851 as my home router, it would be convenient to be able to use my lab on the road, or even a late night at work deploying.
Are there any modules to plug into a 2851 that would allow 8-16 asynch ports, using octal cables?
Jesse J. Derks
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